Positioning of the work States After The Tinubu Speech | The Popular Actor Is Dead

Painful grants: Labor insists on protest as Tinubu accepts N500bn palliative care and 3,000 busses
Organized labor said it would stage its planned nationwide protest on Wednesday, despite President Bola Tinubu launching plans to cut interim subsidies on Monday. Tinubu had unveiled a N500 billion stop-the-gap package for manufacturers, small businesses, and farmers in a national broadcast. He also released plans to raise wages and acquire 3,000 transit buses. Despite the president’s last-minute moves to head off the protest, Nigeria Labor Congress Speaker Joe Ajaero said the rally would go according to his schedule.

Ajaero spoke shortly after talks between organized labor and the federal government turned inconclusive on Monday. The discussion is expected to resume on Tuesday (today). The Presidential Steering Committee Meeting on Government and Labor Palliatives was held at Aso Rock Villa, Abuja. our conversation tomorrow (Tuesday). Our peaceful demonstration will continue as planned… this demonstration has been rigged,” Ajaero told reporters after the meeting.

Ajaero allayed fears the peaceful protest could be taken over by thugs, saying it has never happened in any of his union protests.

However, he said the security agencies were responsible for protecting workers during such drills.

The steering committee meeting was adjourned at noon on Tuesday.

Angus Cloud, star of the TV show ‘Euphoria’, has died at the age of 25

Angus Cloud, a cast member of the HBO teen drama series ‘Euphoria,’ died on Monday at the age of 25, just days after his father’s death, his family said in a statement.

Cloud played Fezco, an intense drug dealer with a moral code, in the series with Zendaya in the lead role of Rue Bennett. No specific cause of death was reported, but the family’s statement said he suffered from mental health issues and was severely affected by the death of his father, described as his “best friend”, who was buried last week.

“Angus has been open about his battle with mental health and we hope his passing will remind others that they are not alone and should not struggle alone in silence,” the statement read.

Cloud had five other acting credits, according to IMDB.com, but his breakthrough role came in 2019 in “Euphoria,” which depicts a group of California high school students dealing with sex, drugs and violence.

The character of Fezco O’Neill, known as Fez, develops a close bond with the protagonist played by Zendaya, who leaves rehab early in the series but still struggles with addiction. At the end of the series, Fez is arrested by the police after a shooting.

The acclaimed show won several awards, including two Emmys and a Golden Globe for Zendaya.

“We are incredibly saddened to learn of the passing of Angus Cloud. He was extremely talented and a part of the HBO and Euphoria family. We send our deepest condolences to his friends and family during this difficult time,” the Euphoria show posted. on the messaging platform. X, the social media site formerly known as Twitter.

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